Khushi Ram Mehta (Ooty Bank Action)

Sentenced to 10 years R.I. Deported to the Andamans. Participated in second hunger strike. Repatriated in 1937 and released in 1938.

Ajit Kumar Mitra ( )

Born 1910, Calcutta, s/o Late Probodh Chandra Mitra businessman. At the age of 18 came in contact with the Yugantar Party was a diploma holder of Society of Engineers ( India). Arrested in Calcutta with Arms. Sentenced by the special Magistrate to 10 years imprisonment on 31.01.1934. Deported to the Cellular jail, Andamans. Joined the second hunger strike there. Released in 1939. Total jail period more than 5 years.

Late Jagadananda Mukherjee (Arms Act)

Born 1907. Boalia, Ghoramara, Rajshahi town, Bangladesh. S/o Late Ramapada Mukherjee. Belonged to Anusheelan Samity. Prior to arrest remained underground for about 2 years. Convicted under Arms Act for 7 years. Deported to Andamans. Took part in two hunger strikes. Repatriated and released in 1939. Total jail period 7 years.

Mohit Mitra (Arms Act.)

Born in Calcutta. S/o Late Hemchandra Moitra. Lived in Natun, Bharenga, Pabna, Bangladesh. Belonged to Yugantar Party Rangpur group. Arrested on February 2nd 1932 in Calcutta. Sentenced to 5 years prison. Deported to the Andamans.Took part in first hunger strike in May 1933. While on hunger strike developed Lober Pneumonia. As a result of the pouring in of milk in the wind pipe instead of stomach. While being forcibly fed by a rubber tube. Rashly pushed through the nasal passage in consequence was martyred on 20.05 1933 in the Cellular jail.

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